From Denver, CO to Louisville, KY, Josh Miller Ventures’ Fall/Winter 2021 Wearable Photos Collection includes 14 photographs taken while running, hiking, and cycling. Created by combining photography, fashion design and outdoor explorations, the Wearable Photos are available in both silk and chiffon square prints and draped cardigan, and two dresses.
The Wearable Photos square print sizes range from 16×16″ – great as a pocket square, cravat, small scarf, and to accessorize your bag – up to 36×36″ and 50×50″ prints that can be worn as everything from a scarf to a belt, head wrap, sarong, draped cross-body and more.
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LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II has been advised to rest for at least the next two weeks, accepting doctors’ recommendations to take on only light duties and not travel, Buckingham Palace said Friday.
The decision comes days after the 95-year-old sovereign underwent medical tests and spent the night at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital, her first such stay in eight years. Elizabeth has continued to work since then and will press on with desk-based duties. But she will skip the Nov. 13 Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, an event meant to honor the British and Commonwealth men and women who have fought wars, disasters and pandemics.
DENVER (KDVR) – Denver International Airport is celebrating six years of the Canine Airport Therapy Squad, one of the largest airport therapy pet programs in the country, according to DIA officials.
“Our CATS program gives passengers an opportunity to interact with a therapy dog during their journey through the airport. We welcome you to visit with our CATS when you fly through DEN. Hug them, pet them, and take pictures with them. Our dogs are outfitted in ‘Pet Me; vests and are here to improve your day in a way that only CATS can!” according to the website.
GREELEY, Colo. (KDVR) — For hours, Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke questioned Steve Pankey, the man charged with allegedly murdering and kidnapping Jonelle Matthews in 1984.
Pankey told the court Thursday: “In the little jail cubicle, before I came up here, I was praying and thanking God saying, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t testify at all, maybe I shouldn’t do that, because I’d be just telling more lies.”